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The Starry Temple Incenses are a brand new line here at Starryeyedsupplies, a beautiful loose herbal incense to help you create your own Temple within your sacred space.


Each Incense is centred around a different energy of Temple in order to help you build your own energy space.


Each scent is created around a particular energy web to promote harmonous energies whilst clearing the space within; based on ancient customs of using herbs and smoke to purify a space of negative vibrations and psychic debris, hand blended and imbued by this Celtic Witch to pack a magickal punch and smell absolutely divine doing it!


For use in burning rituals of cleansing, on a charcoal disc or within a cauldron, or by the beeswax method.Comes in a reusable 100ml screw top tin with Starry Fox sigil.


★★★ The Temple of The Goddess Sekhmet ★★★


★Goddess Sekhmet, Personal Power, Strength, Sovereignty, Solar Spells, Transformation in ones life and within ones self, overcoming obstacles, assistance overcoming harmful habits, personal resurrection, complete change in direction★


★Scent - a twist of fire and smoke, layers of sovereign rich scents, noble and wild, intoxicating and full of purpose. Frankincense and Amber are mixed with Labdanum & other spices to create this incredible matrix.★


Goddess Sekhmet from the Egyptian pantheon is a Lioness Goddess of War who is known as the Right Eye of Ra; She was created by Ra to be His vengeance, to be his wrath upon the undeserving and faithless, a task at which She excelled beyond all measure, until Ra had to drug blood pools with wine in order to calm Her bloodlust for She was unstoppable.

The Goddess Sekhmet was known as the "destroyer" and the "Mighty one of Enchantment;" She is a Goddess of War, Destruction and Resurrection, Sovereignty, Personal power, Blood, Retribution. Justice, Solar and Fire magick, and can be called upon to help one understand and transform ones anger. Ideal for spellwork concerning personal power and retribution.


Create an energetic temple to honour the Goddess Sekhmet, her temple is amongst the shifting sands, limestone pillars carved with the symbolism of the Moon and the Sun over which Sekhmet presides, channeling all the lioness strength into her realm. Spices flood the air amongst red wine; the only thing that could sate Sekhmets rage. 
White and red fabrics provide shelter in the heat, and incense smoke wafts through the air; there is a sensuality but also a constant readiness should battle be met, for luxuries and weapons intermingle within the temple of Sekhmet.


The Sekhmet incense is designed to resonate around the energies of personal power and strength; a solar and fire based blend to bring the magick of resilience, burning up and destroying all that which no longer serves, aiding transformation both of self and situations within ones life.


This incense is designed as a reflection of the energies of the Goddess Sekhmet that can be burned in offering to the Goddess, for honouring her and when requesting her aid or presence within your life.


★ Amber in Witchcraft - Amber has long been prized for its sacred nature, it connects us deeply to the vibration of Earth; deep rooted into our bodies and honouring them as connection points for all experiences.

★ Frankincense in Witchcraft - Frankincense has a regal disposition, and is used to clarify and cleanse situations of unwanted influences, invoking protection and personal clarity.


★ Labdanum in Witchcraft - Also called the Black Sun, associated with Fire, and can assist with spells of Prophecy, Purification, Protective and Defense rituals, as well as insight into ones self.


All my own work recipe and design all rights reserved


All my own work recipe and design all rights reserved

For use on a charcoal disc or via the beeswax method, in a well ventiliated area.

Do not leave burning unattended

Do not consume

Loose incense in 100ml tin
Blend of dried Herbs, Gums, Resins & Wood chips infused with essential oils, absolutes and fragrance oils. Contains Beeswax.

Starry Temple Incense - The Temple of the Goddess Sekhmet

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